An Ohio attorney could advise best, but you await a response for a week, and you may need to get moving in filing notices of claim with your insurance carrier if you are able to take that route. It does not look like you have a basis for an action against the City of Cleveland, unless it was a...Read more »
She wanted to apply for a passport to travel to Canada in June but learned she needed to submit various documentation for this. She found the necessary paper at home and learned that her Permanent Residency Card had expired in 2012. She mailed this in and now is waiting for a response. Should she... Read more »
There's proof that all statements made against me, which the other party signed, notarized & filed through the courts, are entirely false. Not 1 sentence stated has any truth. They were deliberate lies told by my son's paternal grandmother & my son's father, (who legally has no rights due to no... Read more »
Well you start by documenting everything. You need people on your side who saw the things you saw. But you also have to be realistic. You need a lawyer on your side and that’s going to cost. Think of the situation you’re in now and what you want to interrupt your peaceful life and get involved....Read more »
My employer texted me telling me that I need to keep my “damn” mouth shut about my pay (he has an open pay policy everyone knows about). He also said he’ll sleep just fine at night if my ungrateful attitude is gone forever. He told me that he would terminate me, “because in Ohio I don’t... Read more »
If my brother only had money in a bank account, do I check the first box about "The delivery to the applicant of decedent's personal property set forth in the application with the title to that property."? And if so, what title are they talking about? There is no title to money in a bank account... Read more »
currently a full-time graduate student. My sons school closed and my child care provider is closed. I requested 2 weeks leave to care for my son and find alternative childcare. There are other OTs available to cover my caseload until I can return. My employer threatened to report me to state for... Read more »
Under the new Paid Sick Leave Act and Emergency Paid Family and Medical Leave Act you should be eligible for paid time off to care for your son while his school is closed and no caregiver is available. Your employer can pay for the paid leave with a tax credit. In addition, your employer cannot...Read more »
his father.He wants to live with his mom side of the family. We have been to court once and they granted visitation rights. The reason he wants to live with us is because his dad will not follow them and will not allow us to be active in his life. He wants to be emancipated. Is this possible in... Read more »
You cannot be emancipated in Ohio. It is possible, but difficult, for a non-parent to be granted custody of a minor child. Parents may be denied custody only if a preponderance of the evidence indicates abandonment, contractual relinquishment of custody, total inability to provide care or support,...Read more »
Yes. An 18 year old is an adult and can move where he or she pleases. As long as they remain in high school, you are legally required to put a roof over their head if they want it, but they are not required to stay.
An ex-gf of mine is trying to sue my in small court for around 2,000 dollars for damage of her car. When we were together I was driving her car and backed into a pole. She said it was fine. I messaged her telling her I was sorry, I’d help her with it, and all of that, which she has messages... Read more »
Since she had and didn’t use insurance, she has failed to mitigate her damages and could should have some trouble if you argue that in court. From a practical stand point, is $1500 a fair estimate of the damage? Can you afford it reasonably easily? Because it’s probably both the right thing to...Read more »
said we had 5 days to move out so I stayed because he never gave me legal papers to show me that he really bought my landed an show up again an put a paper on my door stating ton move again that wasn't a real court paper
I am also currently on FMLA because I have autoimmune disease
HR was on the email my boss sent me saying I was refusing to work. Even though I offered suggestions like having IT remotely add the phone app to my computer or have the calls go to voicemail and I return the calls using my... Read more »
Most recently laid off due to covid19 pandemic. Girlfriend hours reduced 50%(roommate). We can no longer afford the rent and asked the landlord if we can pro rate our rent until this pandemic passes. They said no by law they are not required to. We even suggested that they can apply rent we can't... Read more »
If he is in violation of your court order then the process is to file a motion to show cause why he should not be sanctioned by the court. An attorney can help you with this nd he can potentially be required to pay any fees associated with filing the motion.
My wife requested that I relinquish the rights to my daughter so that she can get better benefits and I wouldn't have to pay support. We live in Ohio. This doesn't sound right. Everything I have found says she would need someone to adopt and I would never see my baby again. Also I would end up... Read more »
You ask an interesting question concerning "fair use" in the context of copyright protection. Copyright protects the expression of an idea, not the idea itself. So, you can write articles on any subject provided you express the "ideas" in the articles in your own words. The issue of fair use...Read more »
If the guardianship ends, you can make your own decisions. Talk to her or use the Find a Lawyer tab to confer with a local attorney who handles guardianships in the probate court. Check the probate court web site for more information.
It does not matter that his name is on the birth certificate. If you are not married to the father, then you automatically have sole legal custody of your child. The father has no parental rights unless and until the father files with the court, and the court grants him parental rights. Contact...Read more »
Likely because there is a child support order that has been issued. Did you get notice from CSEA? If the two of you are still living together then child support would not be proper. If you're living separately, then the order will issue as it will be assumed that you are not providing support....Read more »
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